Space is integral constituent of the self. Our psychological sense of selfhood has a spatial dimension which we recognize in our feelings of comfort or unease in response to the places that we visit and inhabit. Objects that have personal associations are also a reflection of the self. A bedroom is often an individual’s space frequently populated with personal objects. How we manipulate this space and objects, as well as the nature of these individual objects, can be seen as a reflection of the self. To a viewer seeing this bedroom, it gives an impression of the person who inhabits it. Might this portrayal be a portrait of an individual?